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Some of King Tutankhamun's major accomplishments during his reign over Egypt involved reversing most of the policies that his father, King Akhenaten, had set. Most noticeably, Tutankhamun's regents reversed the decree of... More »

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Some of King Tut's greatest achievements were ending the Amarna Revolution and restoring traditional Egyptian religion, states Biography.com. At 9 years old, King Tut became the 12th king of the 18th Egyptian Dynasty. More »

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King Tut, whose real name was Tutankhaten, was born around 1341 B.C. in Egypt to King Akhenaten, Tutankhaten, meaning "the living image of Aten," was named after the only god his father allowed the people of Egypt to wor... More »

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King Tutankhamun is most important because of the quality and quantity of artifacts found within his tomb. King Tutankhamun's reign is not known as particularly important. The reign of King Tutankhamun centered mostly ar... More »

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King Tutankhamun had two daughters with his wife and half-sister Ankhesenamun. Both daughters were stillborn. More »

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King Tutankhamun was a relatively minor monarch in Egyptian history, ruling as a boy king for almost 10 years until his death at age 19 in 1323 B.C. During his time on the throne, powerful advisers largely controlled his... More »

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King Tutankhamun's main accomplishment during his nine-year reign was the restoration of the old Amun religion, displacing King Akhnaten's single-god Aten religion. Tut died when he was 18 or 19, and would have been almo... More »

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